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"This was a success for HBHS because it provided a service for the community and let the community know we are available."
Hinds Behavioral Health Services
"People who attended were very interested in getting screened and speaking with a clinician. Also many brochures on various mental health issues were distributed."
Mental Health Association of Rhode Island
Pawtucket, Rhode Island
"Many people that attended cited this as their first contact with a mental health professional. The event served as a portal to the many services at the hospital."
Bellevue HopsitalNew York, New York
"It went very well. We had a great location in a high-traffic area. We used small cards with information about mental illnesses, our organization, the suicide prevention lifeline number and encouraging people to get mental health check-ups. They were highly effective as individuals exiting the train would take one, and if they worked in the building or nearby would sometimes come back on their lunch break to take a screening or check out materials."
Mental Health America of Illinois
"I think that it is vital to educate people and provide assistance. It helps them have a better understanding of what they are going through and how to get help."
Boys and Girls Club of Greater Fort Worth
Fort Worth, Texas
“We regularly offer Feel Good Bingo as part of our Maintaining Healthy Minds services
for older adults…the average age of participants is 70-75. Most every time we play
there is at least some discussion and 1 or 2 people will approach me afterward to
chat more. Overall I think it is a good tool for education purposes; very non-threatening.”
Mental Health America of Central Virginia
“We are a large county hospital and the majority of our patients tend to have low
health literacy, so the bingo game has been a great way to teach about depression.”
Social Worker and Education Coordinator
Parkland Health & Hospital System
"I really like the new features, i.e. having our logo, being able to set up quarterly reports, etc."
MHA of Wisconsin
"Always appreciate the personalized service when we run into snags. I think it is great, easy to use etc. Looks great with our logo too. We received many good comments about it!"
Mental Health America in Sheboygan County
"I just love the ease of use and follow up reports."
Susan C. Elias
Samaritan Behavioral Health
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